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A property location.Typically refers to one planned for development,but does not necessarily have such a restrictive meaning.

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A planning report reads: "The application site and wider area is recognised as being within Boldon Lane main district shopping centre.
The application site is part of the Eastside Locks development close to where the new HS2 station is under construction in Curzon Street.
The application site is part of the Eastside Locks development closed to where the new HS2 station is under construction in Curzon Street.
"The gym is expected to be attractive to residents within this area, as well as those employed at the various employment sites that are located in close proximity to the application site."
"The statement has been prepared in accordance with guidance provided by Flintshire County Council and Welsh Assembly Government to support this application on behalf of Anwyl Construction Company who own the application site land at Thomas Land, Oakenholt.
Charnwood Borough Council's policy over the concentration of HMOs in a single area is that it: "Will manage the proportion of HMOs by seeking to resist further HMOs, where 20 per cent, or more, of properties within a 100m radius of the application site are already HMOs."
Planning consultants Lichfields said in aplanning application sent to Newcastle City Council: "Whilst occupying a prominent site at a gateway location intoNewcastle City Centre, the application site is currently vacant and used as a car park.
"A proposal of a very similar nature has already been accepted by the council on the application site, however, the land has remained vacant for a number of years."
In particular, the netizens were airing their frustration over the difficulties in securing appointment slots at the DFA's online passport application site.
"Development on the application site would not therefore be considered as sustainable."
The researchers found that 8.2 percent of patients reported treatment-emergent adverse events (TEAEs), the most common were application site dermatitis, paresthesia, pain, and pruritus.
And the report to be considered by officers said: "The proposal for new development on the application site encourages effective use of the site by re-using land that has previously been developed."

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